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Responding to public outcries over privacy issues with its
launch of Google Buzz, Google apologized and sought to reassure
Americans it would keep information confidential on social security
numbers and Gonorrhea test results and the 1,237,948 people who take
daily medication for anxiety. From the Onion.


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